Goldy posted about the positive test Wednesday on Instagram, writing in part, “I have never felt better, stronger or more complete. I was so ready to perform for y’all Saturday, unfortunately that was not Gods plan. I’ll be taking the necessary precautions and rescheduled as soon as I am healthy!”
The bout is expected to be rescheduled for a UFC Fight Night card on April 17, promotion officials said.
Goldy (5-1) was trying to bounce back from her first career loss, to Miranda Granger in August 2019. Penne (12-5), meanwhile, has not fought in nearly four years after injuries and several issues with USADA, the UFC’s anti-doping partner.